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ROGER EBERT (1942-2013)
We at Cine-File are extraordinarily saddened at the passing yesterday of legendary Chicago film critic Roger Ebert. Mr. Ebert was a passionate and vocal advocate for cinema, a remarkable writer, and an example of how film criticism could still be smart, affecting, political, and personal even in a large city daily newspaper and on a shifting series of television programs. Mr. Ebert never forgot his roots and never forgot his early cinema loves. He was the rare popular critic (and no one has ever been as popular) who really knew cinema history. His writing was informed by this knowledge and deep love for classic Hollywood and myriad foreign films. He was a true Chicago critic: feisty, opinionated, unapologetic. He didn't suffer fools, or foolish films. But he was also someone who maintained a humility and humbleness throughout his career. He was approachable. He supported small and independent film venues and series in many ways. He relished new talent—filmmakers and critics both. He had a sharp wit—one that he often turned on himself. He connected directly with his fans and readers via his website, Facebook, and, especially, his Twitter account. In the last few years, after the unimaginable series of cancer occurrences, other medical issues, and surgeries left him unable to speak and severely disfigured, he did not shy away from his problems. He continued to put himself out publicly, challenging people to deal with his appearance, working to de-stigmatize his disease and the drastic repercussions it can have. He also became more vocal politically, using his celebrity to champion causes he believed in, carrying though his uncompromising work as a critic to broader areas of human life. These past several years, since his initial cancer diagnosis and especially since his surgery to remove his lower jaw, are his most triumphant accomplishments. The example of his indomitable spirit, strong work ethic, unabated love for watching, thinking about, and writing about film, and the grace with which he dealt with his misfortunes are inspiring and a legacy worth more than his fame, his Pulitzer Prize, and his many accolades. Rest in peace, Mr. Ebert. And thank you.

Roger Ebert honored by Hollywood stars - chicagotribune.com  Mark Caro from The Chicago Tribune, April 12, 2013

“Roger, this is your happening, and it's freaking me out.”

This is how Chaz Ebert, after receiving a standing ovation from the Chicago Theatre crowd with her hand over her heart, introduced Thursday's tribute to her late husband —by invoking a line from his screenplay to 1970’s campy cult film “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.”  Later in “Roger Ebert: A Celebration of Life,” clips from the Russ Meyer film would be shown, and tears would be shed, though not at the same time.

It was that kind of night.

If Roger Ebert's funeral Monday at Holy Name Cathedral — following his death April 4 at age 70 after a long cancer battle — represented his formal, religious farewell, complete with speeches from the governor and mayor, then Thursday's event at the Chicago Theatre was more of a laughter- and sorrow-filled send-off from the entertainment and media worlds.

There were clips this time, of Ebert and his late TV partner Gene Siskel arguing on the sets of their and others’ (such as Johnny Carson’s) shows, as well as interviews that the Chicago Sun-Times film critic gave before and after cancer claimed his jaw and ability to speak, even as his writing gained depth and vigor. There were also speakers and more speakers.

Ebert famously said, “No good movie is too long, and no bad movie is short enough,” and in the scheme of things, Ebert was more than a very good movie. So it’s no wonder that the people who loved him wanted to talk about him and not to let go. Even at the end of a 2-hour-and-45-minute program, Chaz Ebert told actors Chris Tucker and Scott Wilson in the audience that she was sorry that they didn’t have a chance to speak.

Others did, such as Evanston native/sibling actors Joan and John Cusack. Joan revealed that she'd been asked to read a letter that turned out to be from President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama, who offered their sympathies to those gathered and praised Ebert's “remarkable tenacity” and “zest for life.”

John Cusack shared memories of reading Ebert while growing up, and he recalled visiting New York (and “Late Night with David Letterman”) as a 17-year-old to promote his first lead turn in “The Sure Thing” and winding up seated at a table next to one shared by Ebert and Siskel at the Carnegie Deli. The young Cusack was sweating bullets, he said, until Ebert leaned over and told him, “I liked your movie.”

John Cusack also recalled the studios always stressing to him the importance of his interviews with Ebert, who “reeked of integrity” and thus couldn’t be bought. “He was always supportive of artists and always gave you a fair shake,” Cusack said.

Marlene Iglitzen, Siskel's widow, candidly related how Siskel and Ebert genuinely didn’t like each other so much in the early days, with Siskel having to be persuaded to invite Ebert to their wedding only for Ebert not to show up. The big difference maker, in her view, was Chaz, who helped her husband — and his heart — grow to the point that all were much closer by the time Siskel died at age 53 in 1999.

Up till that point, Siskel and Ebert had been inseparable as far as their professional identities went, but Iglitzen praised Ebert for thriving in the years after Siskel was gone, saying she felt a bit of her husband was alive as long as Ebert was.

Filmmaker Gregory Nava lauded the late critic for his championing of non-mainstream films, such as his own “El Norte” (1983), and for his “great heart. The world of movies has lost its heart.”

Nava recalled being invited to Ebert’s bedside in the days before he died only to see the writer scribbling supportive messages to him and other visitors.

“Roger didn’t ask us to be with him to comfort him,” Nava said, choking back tears. “He wanted us to be with him to give us something.”

Other filmmakers — Chicagoan Andrew Davis (“The Fugitive”), Julie Dash (“Daughters of the Dust”) and Ava DuVernay (“Middle of Nowhere”) — told stories of friendship and encouragement, with the latter two singling out Ebert’s dedication to African-American filmmakers.

On the more ribald side, Old Town Ale House owner Bruce Elliott told an anecdote to illustrate Ebert's love of large breasts, and activist/comedian Dick Gregory, 80, showed he’s still got razor-sharp timing as he somehow managed to work a joke about Kobe Bryant’s sexual assault accusations into a zippy tribute that ended with him comparing Ebert to a turtle: “hard on the outside, soft on the inside and willing to stick your neck out.”

Newscaster Bill Kurtis (who provided Ebert’s voice on the recent “Ebert Presents At the Movies” show), TV producer Thea Flaum (creator of Siskel & Ebert’s PBS show “Sneak Previews”), Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker, Sun-Times columnist and former Ebert TV partner Richard Roeper, Facets executive director Milos Stehlik, former Playboy chairwoman Christie Hefner, Ebert Digital co-founder Josh Golden, disabilities-rights activist Marcia Bristo, Hollywood Reporter film critic Todd McCarthy, new Variety film critic Scott Foundas, film industry veteran Tom Luddy, and Tribune reporter Monica Eng and her sister Magan (both of whom maintained a close relationship with Ebert long after their mother had stopped dating him) also offered testimonials. The gospel groups Walt Whitman and the Soul Children of Chicago and Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago opened and closed the show.

By my unofficial non-count, the word that came up second most often was “empathy.”

The word that came up most often was “heart.”

And in the end there was Chaz, on the stage with her family, Roger’s stepchildren and grandchildren, opening hers.

“I have a capacity for love that is very deep,” she said plainly, noting that she knew she had to fill a hole that had been in Ebert’s life. So she did, for more than 20 years of marriage.

And when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2002 and lost his jaw and ability to speak and to eat solid foods in 2006, she willed him on, saying she knew he had more important things to do. But when the cancer returned again recently, “this time he said, ‘I’m tired. You must let me go,’” she recounted. “I thought we had two more years to go. I did not know he would go so quickly.”

Still, she said, she hoped that everyone could experience a love like theirs, even when times were tough.

“When he was disfigured, when I looked at him, I saw beauty,” she said. 

On this point there would be no argument.


Reviews  Ebert’s regular site at the Chicago Sun-Times, also seen here:  rogerebert.com :: Movie reviews, essays and the Movie Answer Man ...

Great Movies  Ebert’s Great Movies site








His 1969 Profile of Paul Newman  Newman's Complaint, by Roger Ebert, Esquire magazine, September 1969

The Best Story Roger Ebert Ever Wrote for Esquire  Ebert interview of Lee Marvin from Esquire, November 1970, republished February 18, 2010

The New York Times > Magazine > Domains: A Film Critic's Windy ...  A Film Critic's Windy City Home, by Edward Lewine, February 13, 2005

Catching a Movie With an Old Friend  Stephen Hunter from The Washington Post, June 12, 2005

Roger Ebert's Farewell to "Ebert and Roeper"   The Balcony Is Closed, Chicago Sun Times, July 24, 2008

Roger Ebert Is the Essential Man  Chris Jones from Esquire, February 16, 2010, also seen here:  Roger Ebert Cancer Battle - Roger Ebert Interview - Esquire 

A Few More Intimate Moments with Roger Ebert  Chris Jones from Esquire, March 2, 2010

Roger Ebert: Why I Hate 3D Movies - The Daily Beast  Roger Ebert from The Daily Beast, May 9, 2010

The Author Responds to Tea-Party Attacks on Ebert  Chris Jones from The Politics Blog, May 12, 2010

Roger Ebert Pens New Cookbook  CBS News, June 30, 2010

Roger Ebert: Starting Over  Cynthia Bowers from CBS News, January 2, 2011

Why 3D doesn't work and never will. Case closed.  Roger Ebert Blog, January 23, 2011

Roger Ebert's TED Talk: The Internet Saved My Life  Foster Kamer from Esquire, March 8, 2011

I finally won the New Yorker cartoon caption competition  Roger Ebert from The Guardian, May 1, 2011

"I was born inside the movie of my life"  Roger Ebert Journal, August 15, 2011

I do not fear death - Salon.com  Roger Ebert, September 15, 2011

Roger Ebert: A Critic Reflects On 'Life Itself' : NPR  John Powers from NPR, September 21, 2011

Ebert measures up to celluloid's stoic heroes | Michael Miner on ...   Michael Miner reviews Ebert’s new memoir, Life Itself from The Chicago Reader, October 27, 2011

Roger Ebert: 'I'm an optimistic person'   Rachel Cooke from The Observer, November 5, 2011

Women are Better Than Men  Roger Ebert, May 13, 2012

Chaz Ebert Writes to Absent Roger from Cannes  Jen Yamato at Cannes from Movieline, May 21, 2012

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Tryst With Roger Ebert  Subhash Kjha at Business of Cinema, May 28, 2012

Roger Ebert–a 'bitchy' man hater?  Dennis Byrne from Chicago Now, May 28, 2012

Roger Ebert honored for 'Making History'  ABC News, June 7, 2012

Happy 70th Birthday Roger Ebert!  Gary Susman from Moviefone, June 18, 2012

Two Thumbs Up  Today’s Pictures from Slate, June 18, 2012

Martin Scorsese plans Roger Ebert documentary  Ben Child from The Guardian, September 10, 2012

A Leave of Presence  Roger Ebert’s last post, April 2, 2013

Roger Ebert takes 'leave of presence' to deal with recurrence of cancer   Amanda Holpuch from The Guardian, April 3, 2013

Roger Ebert, film's hero to the end  Steven Zeitchik from The LA Times, April 3, 2013



Roger Ebert: Critic with the soul of a poet  Rick Kogan from The Chicago Tribune, April 4, 2013

Farewell to a generous colleague and friend  Michael Phillips from The Chicago Tribune, April 4, 2013

The unique partnership of Siskel and Ebert  Sid Smith feature from 1999, reprinted from The Chicago Tribune, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert dead at 70 after battle with cancer  Neil Steinberg from The Chicago Sun-Times, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert (1942-2013) :: rogerebert.com :: In Memory  Neil Steinberg from Ebert blog, April 4, 2013

Postscript: Roger Ebert, 1942-2013  Richard Brody from The New Yorker, April 4, 2013

A Critic for the Common Man  Douglas Martin from The New York Times, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Is Remembered on Twitter, a Place Where He Found a New Voice  Mekado Murphy and Michael Roston from The New York Times, April 4, 2013


Roger Ebert, prolific film critic in print and on TV, dies at 70  Emma Brown from The Washington Post, April 4, 2013

An accessible and empowering critic  Ann Hornaday from The Washington Post, April 4, 2013

Remembering Roger Ebert  Marie Elizabeth Oliver from The Washington Post, April 4, 2013


Remembrance: Roger Ebert, film's hero to the end  Kenneth Turan from The LA Times, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert dies at 70; Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic  John Horn and Valerie J. Nelson from The LA Times, April 4, 2013

Remembering Roger Ebert through his books  Carolyn Kellogg from The LA Times, April 4, 2013

Fans, celebrities react to death of film critic Roger Ebert  Amy Kaufman from The LA Times, April 4, 2013

Recalling Roger Ebert's influence, on- and off-screen  Oliver Gettell from The LA Times, April 4, 2013

PHOTOS: Roger Ebert - Career in Pictures  The LA Times, April 4, 2013

PHOTOS: Remembering Roger Ebert  WGN TV, April 4, 2013

Remembering the Roger I knew  Jim Emerson from Scanners, April 4, 2013

My Roger Ebert Story  Will Leitch from Deadspin, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert: Farewell to a Film Legend and Friend  Richard Corliss from Time magazine, April 4, 2013

Editing Roger Ebert: A Former Colleague Reflects on the Journalism Legend  Steven S. Duke from Time magazine, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert R.I.P.  Michael Scherer from Time magazine, April 4, 2013

Chicago Sun-Times Film Critic Roger Ebert Dies  Caryn Rousseau from Time magazine, April 4, 2013

Edelstein on Roger Ebert: Farewell To the Mayor of Movie Critic-Ville  David Edelstein from The Vulture, April 4, 2013

Some thoughts on the death of Roger Ebert, a man who meant a lot to us   Scott Tobias from The Onion A.V. Club, April 4, 2013

What did Roger Ebert mean to you?  The Onion A.V. Club, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert: In Memoriam  Richard Starzec from The Wesleyan Argus, April 4, 2013

Daily | Roger Ebert, 1942 – 2013  David Hudson from Fandor, April 4, 2013

Roger Simon: The debt I owe Roger Ebert  Roger Simon from The Chicago Sun-Times, April 4, 2013

A newspaperman's newspaperman  Roger Simon from Politico, April 4, 2013

RIP Roger Ebert: 1942-2013  Tal Rosenberg from The Chicago Reader, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, the Enthusiast   Christopher Orr from The Atlantic, April 4, 2013

What Roger Ebert Knew About Writing   Spencer Kornhaber from The Atlantic, April 4, 2013

A Chicago Critic Remembers Roger Ebert  Maureen Ryan from The Huffington Post, April 4, 2013

Funniest Roger Ebert Quotes: His Best Movie Take Downs  The Huffington Post, April 4, 2013

Remembering Roger Ebert  Linda Holmes from NPR, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, Legendary Film Critic, Dies  Eyder Peralta from NPR, April 4, 2013


Roger Ebert Dead at 70 | Movies News | Rolling Stone  Jon Blistein from Rolling Stone magazine, April 4, 2013

Peter Travers on Roger Ebert: No One Could Keep Up With Him ...  Peter Travers from Rolling Stone magazine, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert (1942-2013)  Matt Singer from indieWIRE, April 4, 2013

A Tribute to Roger Ebert  Matt Singer from indieWIRE, April 4, 2013

Go to All the Movies You Can  Dana Stevens from Slate, April 4, 2013

Influential US film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70  Jill Serjeant from Reuters, April 4, 2013

Legendary Film Critic Roger Ebert Dead at 70  Angela Watercutter from Wired, April 4, 2013

Calum Marsh, Film.com  April 4, 2013



Danny King, The Film Stage  April 4, 2013

R.I.P. Roger Ebert (1942-2013)  Adam Cook from Mubi, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, 1942-2013  Glenn Kenny from Some Came Running, April 4, 2013

I Will Miss You Roger Ebert  Kim Morgan from Sunset Gun, April 4, 2013

10 Movies Roger Ebert Really Hated | Mental Floss  Stacy Conradt from Mental Floss, April 4, 2013


Roger Ebert, RIP  Bill Pearis remembers many of Ebert’s video reviews from Brooklyn Vegan, April 4, 2013

R.I.P., Roger Ebert  Matt Langdon from BunueL, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert 1942-2013  Filmleaf, April 4, 2013

Legendary Film Critic Roger Ebert Dead At 70  Joshua Brunsting from Criterion Cast, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Reviews: Beloved Movies He Didn't Like (PHOTOS)  Katy Hall from The Huffington Post, April 4. 2013


Critic Roger Ebert Dies at 70 - The Hollywood Reporter  Mike Barnes from The Hollywood Reporter, April 4, 2013


Roger Ebert's Top 20 Best- and Worst-Reviewed Films  The Hollywood Reporter, April 4, 2013

Famed movie critic Roger Ebert dies  Jim Cheng from USA Today, April 4, 2013

First Take: Roger Ebert, forever at the movies  Susan Wloszczyna from USA Today, April 4, 2013

Obama, Scorsese, Winfrey lead tributes to Roger Ebert  Bryan Alexander from USA Today, April 4, 2013

Film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70  Kirt Schlosser from NBC News, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, America's Movie Critic, Dead at 70 After Battle With ...  Troy McMullen from ABC News, April 4, 2013

Ebert an Inspiration to Cancer Patients  Sydney Lupkin from ABC News, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert's 10 greatest films of all time - CBS News  David Morgan from CBS News, April 4, 2013

For Influential Critic Roger Ebert, Life Spent 'At the Movies' Ends at ...  Jeffrey Brown and Hari Sreenivasan from PBS, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, renowned film critic, dies at age 70  Alan Duke from CNN News, April 4, 2013

More than just a great critic, Roger Ebert redefined movie criticism ...  Owen Gleiberman from Entertainment Weekly, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Dead: Legendary Film Critic Dies at 70 | Variety  Pat Saperstein from Variety, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, 70, Has Died: A Look at the Life of Cinema's Great ...  Marlow Stern from The Daily Beast, April 4, 2013

Ebert’s Best Reviews ... and Zingers  Kevin Fallon from The Daily Beast, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert, the Heart and Soul of the Movies, Has Died  Alexander Abad-Santos and Matt Sullivan from The Atlantic Wire, April 4, 2013

Beloved film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70  Liz Goodwin and Dylan Stableford from Yahoo News, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert dead at 70: Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic loses long ...  David Hinckley from The New York Daily News, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert: 1942 –2013  Dan Aronson from Fandor, April 4, 2013


Hammond On Roger Ebert - An Appreciation - Deadline.com  Pete Hammond from Deadline, April 4, 2013


Roger Ebert on politics  Breanna Edwards from Politico, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Seized Much Life from Cancer - Forbes  David Kroll from Forbes, April 4, 2013


13 Things Roger Ebert Said Better Than Anybody Else  Ryan Broderick from Buzzfeed, April 4, 2013

'Brown Bunny': A Look Back at Roger Ebert's Famous Pan  Meriah Doty from Movie Talk, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert: 8 Things You Might Not Have Known  Mark Deming from Movie Talk, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert: 10 Little-Known Facts About the Great Movie Critic  Patrick Kiger from AARP Blog, April 4, 2013

Werner Herzog on Roger Ebert, 'the good soldier of cinema ...  Emily Rome from Entertainment Weekly, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert's 'Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls': Remembering The ...  Mallika Rao from The Huffington Post, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Is Dead at 70 - Slate Magazine  Josh Voorhees from Slate, April 4, 2013

A Fellow Chicago Critic Remembers Roger Ebert   Keith Phipps from Slate, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert in Slate  Dan Kois from Slate, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert Was a Great Champion of Black Film  Aisha Harris from Slate, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert's Camp Classic  Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, by J. Bryan Lowder from Slate, April 4, 2013



RIP Roger Ebert: Movie criticism’s Great Communicator  Andrew O’Hehir from Salon, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert obituary  Ronald Bergan from The Guardian, April 5, 2013



Roger Ebert - a life in pictures  The Guardian, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert, lover of life, taught me to write  Dan Zak from The Washington Post, April 5, 2013

Thank you, Roger Ebert  Alexandra Petri from The Washington Post, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert: First citizen critic and father to us all  Mary McNamara from The LA Times, April 5, 2013

Five unexpected ways Roger Ebert changed film journalism  Steven Zeitchik from The LA Times, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert, my mentor  Monica Eng from The Chicago Tribune, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert through the years  photo gallery from The Chicago Tribune, April 5, 2013

Dear Roger  Ignatiy Vishnevetsky from Mubi, April 5, 2013

On the death of Roger Ebert  Michael Miner from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

How Roger Ebert encouraged me  Ben Sachs from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

Thumbs upward: Roger Ebert, 1942-2013  J.R. Jones from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

An example of the late Roger Ebert's grace  Albert Williams from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

Thumbs upward: Roger Ebert, 1942-2013 | Bleader  J.R. Jones from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

Ebert off-camera  Andrea Gronvall from The Chicago Reader, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert: 1942 - 2013  Eugene Hernandez from Film Comment, April 5, 2013

On Roger Ebert, 1942-2013  Michelle Dean from The Nation, April 5, 2013

Critics Remember Roger Ebert  Matt Singer from indieWIRE, April 5, 2013

The People's Critic: Remembering Roger Ebert  Wesley Morris from Grantland, April 5, 2013

What Roger Ebert Had to Say About Black Films  Lauren Williams from The Root, April 5, 2013

This Was Roger Ebert's Happening  Bonnie Stiernberg from Paste magazine, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert, the People's Movie Critic  Tom Carson from The American Prospect, April 5, 2013

AP Critic Remembers Colleague, Friend Roger Ebert  Christy Lemire from The Huffington Post, April 5, 2013

Remembering Roger Ebert  Annette Insdorf from The Huffington Post, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert - A Remembrance   Melissa Silverstein from Women and Hollywood, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert's Wife Chaz Says Their Life Together Was 'More ...  Laura Beck from Jezebel, April 5, 2013

Joe Morgenstern Gives a Final Thumbs Up to Roger Ebert  Wall Street Journal, April 5, 2013

When Roger Ebert Was a Cub Critic  Ben Heineman Jr. from The Atlantic, April 5, 2013

The Many Memorable Remembrances of Roger Ebert - Esther ...  Esther Zuckerman from The Atlantic Wire, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert, R.I.P. - Jonathan Foreman - National Review Online  Jonathan Foreman from The National Review, April 5, 2013

Opinion: What the Internet owes to Roger Ebert - CNN.com  Gene Seymour from CNN News, April 5, 2013

Variety's Scott Foundas Remembers Roger Ebert: A Mentor to the End  Scott Foundas from Variety, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert's 'quiet, dignified' death came as he was still making plans  Roxanne Roberts and Amy Argetsinger from The Reliable Source from The Washington Post, April 5, 2013

Why Roger Ebert’s Thumb Mattered  James Poniewozik from Time magazine, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert: Author as well as movie critic  Molly Driscoll from The Christian Science Monitor, April 5, 2013

Seitz: Ebert, the Gateway Drug for Film Lovers  Matt Zoller Seitz from The Vulture, April 5, 2013

Selected Obituaries For Roger Ebert  Forrest Cardamenis from indieWIRE, April 5, 2013


Remembering Roger Ebert, In His Own Words  Katey Rich from Cinema Blend, April 5, 2013

Roger Ebert: Film Critic Trailblazer Let Ideology Get the Better of Him  Christian Toto from Big Hollywood, April 5, 2013

From One Row Back: On Roger Ebert and Loving Movies  Max Barrone from Complex Pop Culture, April 5, 2013

The Humanity of Roger Ebert: Teaching Us How to Love (and Hate ...  Kevin Gosztola from The Dissenter, April 5, 2013


Roger Ebert: 1942-2013  Tim Ryan from Rotten Tomatoes, April 5, 2013

In Memoriam: Roger Ebert  Rotten Tomatoes, April 5, 2013



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Roger Ebert Remembers Gene Siskel  Video (25 seconds)

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